Pokemon Go is a game that heavily relies on external activities. The developers had one of its biggest challenges imposed by the lockdown policies, but we can say that the game has passed through it with bells and whistles. Now, it’s time to keep pushing activities to keep fans entertained in these hard days. As Pokemon Go’s Hoenn Throwback Challenge has now ended, it’s time for the Sinnoh Throwback Challenge to start. Until May 29, players will be able to complete a series of tasks to earn themselves various items and Pokemons.
Interestingly enough, the previous three Throwback Challenges had put the player against a legendary Pokemon that specific region. It started with Mewtwo, Ho-Oh, and Groudon. Now, players will need Cresselia at the end of the current challenge. The Lunar-type Pokemon will know Gass Knot and will give players 10 Rare Candy once it has been captured. However, don’t think that facing Cresselia will be an easy task. There are multiple challenges to be overcome before meeting the legendary Pokemon. As with previous weeks, the players will have to send Gifts to friends, take snapshots of certain Pokemon types, evolving Pokemons and etc.
Players who complete Pokemon Go’s Sinnoh Throwback Challenge tasks will be compensated with some good items like Poke Balls, Charged TM, Glacial Lure Module, Stardust, and more. Some of the tasks will reward the player with a Pokemon encounter, al of which will be from the fourth generation of Pokemons.
Of course a few bonuses will be present during the week. It includes getting two times the Star Piece, Incense and Lucky Egg. Moreover, certain Pokemon will hatch from 7km eggs including:
As usual in these challenges, Pikachu will be using a themed had, and this time we have Lucario. Moreover, lucky players will get a Shiny Pikachu wearing the hat. Similarly, players can also run into a shiny Glameow. The mobile phenomenon is available for both iOS and Android players and it’s never late to get into the world of Pokemon taming.